Our work to implement the Government's freshwater policy package has started, as we work to understand how Te Mana o te Wai applies in Canterbury.
News & events
Dealing with legacy issues (hazardous or contaminated sites) is one of the hardest tasks we face as a regional council.
COVID-relief funding for wilding pines projects is providing a lifeline by employing impacted workers in the hard-hit tourism industry.
Need help with your winter grazing? Here are some tips for what you should be thinking about on farm mid-winter.
Canterbury farmers without a land use consent to farm are being asked to check if they need consent, and if necessary, to apply now.
All new planting plans need local and regional council approval, to make sure the land, plan and plants are suitable for planting.
We have released new guidelines for Farm Environment Plan auditors regarding winter forage crop grazing and wet weather management.
Pukeko, freshwater crayfish and eel are set to be protected in a new Kaikōura wetland.
The Soil Conservation and Regeneration (SCAR) programme, which aims to support landowners with erosion-prone land, has completed its first year.
We are supporting industry initiatives to ensure farmers follow good winter grazing practice and if needed, seek advice as early as possible.
New aerial photography of the Ashburton, Banks Peninsula, Mackenzie and Timaru districts has been captured as part of a collection that dates back 100 years.
Three new wilding pine projects in Canterbury and a $2M funding boost, will help tackle the problem and create 50 jobs for those hit by the fallout of COVID-19.